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Climate change is altering the chemistry of West African waters, and local harvesters are paying the price.
The measurement of recipes' biodiversity footprints, such as chickpea curry's positive impact compared to the significant greenhouse gas emissions from dairy, meat and shrimp farming, promotes sustainability.
The Philippines must urgently restore mangroves after aquaculture damage, conservationists say, as salt farm push poses new threat.
EB Studio There are few to no companies immune to climate risks today. This is forcing organisations to rethink business plans to weather climate-related shocks. Early action and a future-focused corporate purpose could spare enterprises from the worst that lies ahead.
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Viewing nature as infrastructure is transformative, because it forces us to think in a more systemic way. As we pursue growth and development, we must not only avoid damaging nature; we must also strengthen and enrich it through “nature-positive” investments – all while tapping its vast potential to deliver essential services.
From natural seawalls to mangroves, countries are starting to combat climate change with nature-based solutions. COP28 might drive more of these efforts.
The World Bank Group is working across many fronts to help countries recognise both the value of nature and the risks that would follow from losing it.
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Concrete plans and financing will be needed. The COP27 and COP15 summits can also be combined, writes former Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos. Climate change and biodiversity loss must be addressed in tandem.

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